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Lethbridge Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 11, 1909, Lethbridge, Alberta FINEST JOB PRINTING AT THE: HETRAL.O I The Lethbridge Doily Herald THE PtACt: TO STAY ii Letbiirliige is tie UlLIS NOTE. We have just received a complete line of Engine Supplies, such as Globe Valves, Angle Valves, Pop yalves, Alberta Steam Gauges, Detroit and Swift Lubricators, Pemberthy In- jectors, and Hard Oil Cups A full line of Pipe and Fittings always on hand THE HICK HARDWARE CO. REDPATH STREET Phone 62 P.O. Bos 670 Office Supplies, Blank Books, Type- writer Paper.- Car- J bon Paper, Files and Binding Cases. RING UP 251 '2 Store closes at 6.30 p.m. lOBLBTSON'S BOOKSTORE 1st lur lot of Uiiu Bcik I fell 291 Aftnti for Undvrwood The Store of Quality Just received another large shipment Christie's Zephyr Cream Sodas PHONE 21 GDDilllQHR P onAUtittti Only -UNION Grocery Store in City Fresh Creamery Butter New Laid Eggs We have these arriving every few days Our Cloverhill Butter is tne Best on the Market THE GOOD CO. PHONE HIGH CLASS GROCERS PROMPT DELIVERY Howard Case opened a burglar proof safe yesterday. Nothing too hard for him. To the Theatre Going Public Ladies and Owing to the announcement made at the "Eureka Theatre" last eveii- irrelative to the.Celebrated "DKA- KO" and his troop of performing dogs, and that this act was obtain- ed by me through underhanded busi- ness methods, I wish to state right here that the proprietors of the above named theatre have evidently been grossly misinformed. This act was About twenty-five couple were pres- j Four cars of settlers' effects arriv- i acquired by me through the Calgary ent and enjoyed themselves very j ed yesterdaj-. i Amusement Co., of Calgary. much at the last of a series of most! Simdav evening about ten o'clock I contracted _ for the week's per- I v i icrmance 1 encjuired of Mr "E R enjoyable social- dances given by i while a was walking home he i Sims, manager of the Calgarv Senate." Manager Neidig had jsaw four boys coming up Bompas I ment Co., as to what act he'would spared no pains to get his hali in'street toward the old Central school. nie with their company for the the very- best condition for this, the Suddenly there was a smash and the y He me last lunctioQ to be held in it. big electric lijrht at the corner wentM and arrangements were then Orpheus Orchestra furnished the mus-jout, presumably broken by one of j made to hold another ic which was of the very best, and: the boys. The matter was reported I altogether every one was sorry when i to the police as such.acts of vandal- at twelve o'clock the "Home Sweet i ism should be. x. Home" waltz concluded the program The committee of management de-; RAIN WOULD NOT PREVENT IT serve much credit, for the success of i _____ the dance as they have been untiring .Although the night was dark and ftormy it did not prevent the Eu- week in Lethbridge. Mr. Drako ua fortunately mailed Jiis photos and' billing to the before receiv- ing his instructions as tu where he was to play. However, I mights, say that I offered no inducement of any kind to Mr. Drako, financially or otherwise to play in my theatre, or have I -ever used .uny unfair -meth- okis against my business competi- tors. I cannot blame Messrs. Morris Thaten as Drako's fifteen performing- dogs is without a doubt the best act most expensive that has ever playVd in Western Canada. Ask Mr. Morris why he did not accept the act when I offered it to him and agreeing myself to play his acts and settle the argument. he just thought he could have it all. Further than this Mr. Drako had legal advice on the matter and knew it was his duty to play at the Lyceum. In this he will bear me out. Thanking you for-your liberal pat- ronage in the past, I am and remain, Your obedient servant, FREDERICK W. BROWN, Manager Lyceum Lethbridge. in their efforts to please their friends and those of the club. THE WEATHER. Macleod, snowing 67 Lethbridge, cloudy 62 i CARDS OF THANKS On behalf of my family and mjteeJf. I desire to express appreciation of 32 i the kind sympathy extended to us EASY AND SAFE TO USE Temperatures have risen somewhat! our recent affliction, in the tak- in the prairie provinces and weather for the most pan has been i displayed many kindnesses during fair and moderately warm. A de-jMrs. we also desirjxto pression has entered .from Montana j 03ier thanks, bringing rain and thunderstorms. A. JONKb. more especially in the southern portions. i V, general servant at once. Good wages. Apply to Mrs. Champ- i ness, opposite English Church. 127-6 CITY AND DISTRICT. Howard Case Co the j STRAYEU. OK big black Heo auto at the sale at Wadding- j opposite. English Church. j auction rooms on Friday. j. i Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Saunders, Pincher Creek, are visiting Mr, and second I'MTS. .J. J. Johnston. 127-2 H. D. Beynoa arrived in the city a ifew days ago from Toronto to fill [NOTICE hand English j saddle, cheap for cash. Box Y. 0-, i c-o Herald. 127-1 OF Our Prescrip- tion trade has shown a steady and remarkable increase from month to month ever since we started in business. It shows, too, that every- one who ever has a prescrip- tion put up once invariably conies back- to have all their other drag wants supplied by us. Let us wait on you. Mkerti ant Book Co, Prescription Specialists I, I IIWH, Iff. KILLS LICE ON ILL LIVE STOCK. DISINFECTS. CLEANSES. PURIFIES. It has M many uses flttt It Is luoessity on every farm. CURES RINGWORM, SCRATCHES Destroys All Disease Germs DRIVES AWAY, FLIES JOB XT J. D. HIGINBOTHAM Sc CO. Druggists Lethbridge. FOK FREE BOOKLETS accountant's desk at C. W. pounded in East.pound, one red and Gray's hardware store. white work ox with rope on horn. The Garbutt Business College will Gillespie, Chief of Police, 'hold a session on Thursday night of 127-6 -room, CITY AND DISTRICT Mrs. H. D. Williamson, will receive on Thursday, Jlay 13. W. P.- Alexander, of Madoc, and J. Alexander, of Peterboro, are in.the city. The former, who is a drug- gist, is thinking of locating j west. Three drunks got and costs at entertaining- an-d pleasing speaker and has a very interesting subject. The dinner will be served by the i ladies of St. Monica's, Guild of St. j Augustin's church. After the dinner! the and specchnoaking- a short time will j be devoted to the re-organization of the Canadian Club, so as to make it ,a real Hve institution. The admis- the police court this morning. One sion will be fifty cents and tickets "vag" was advised to mend his ways n aaa 6... jmay be secured from any of the wniie in the city. j committee, Rev, J. s, Chivers R The Bentley Company's store wiii j Simmons or 6. D. 4ustin be open during the regular hours of j Sayl Did you see Marvelle the business on Wednesday and will be Man at the Eureka week. The I closed on Friday, 14th- instead, Bachelor Sisters sing and dance, The Arbor Day, as usual. jThatens in "A Patient's I The four boys who were implicated j Well, you want to be heavy on the 1 in the breaking of the electric light j hurry. on the corner of Burdett and Bom- pas streets on Sunday evening were i located yesterday. They owned up and paid the damages. Thos. Ryan with his wife and fam- ily arrived from Neepawa, Man., Snap in NORTH WARD Corner .Lot Number 83 Wallwork Addition ..-_, ftej_-. _c furnished luuiu, this week m place 01 Wednesday as suiteble for two feends_ Apply usual. 107 i I 3i- i Len Stelten, from Fair-mount. ID., has arrived a car load of j settlers effects and went south to Coutts. Mrs. (Dr.) R. C. McClure will re with H. Wall-ace on [Thursday of this, week 630 Bur- j dett street. Mrs. J. EL Wallace will (not receive again this season. The 'Young: Men'sr Club -have engug- Jed the popular favorites, the Wiil- iams Jubilee Singers for a concert to be given ins Wesley church on Sat- urday evening. This is the same company that gave such a fine con- cert here two years ago aitd> they are reported to be even better this year. Their quartette is said to be one of the finest in America and well worth going to hear. Arrangementsl have been completed! for the Canadian Club dinner to be j given in St. Augustin's hall on j Thursday evening. May 13, when R. B. Chadwick, Esq., of I Superintendent or Neglected -and De-l [pendent Children in Alberta, will be! the speaker. Mr. Chadwick is a most Terms ALSO Twenty Acres TO RENT Close to Apply to R. V. Gibbons PHONE 222 OTT BLOCK reka's patrons from coming out as the j house was again packed to its utmost! capacity and a great many standing j outside waiting gain admittance.: The first on the program was a reel of pictures, entitled "The Tramp and, the whihe was extremely funny all through.. illustrated song, folowed by Marvelle, the Snake Man. Marvelle is one of the best contortionists we have ever seen in the city since Herbert- the Frogmair was here. His many different feats are exceedingly clever. The Bachelor Sisters as a musical song and dance team are also very clever. The pro- gram was closed by the old Favorites, The Thatens, in a very high class act entitled "A Patient's Dream." In this act Miss 'Thaten played the part of six different characters, showing "her adept ability as a character change artist. Taking all in all the program at the Eureka this should draw packed houses every Two lots, London Road close to Bartlett Terms I ALBERT E. IVES, BLOCK Now that the warm weather has commenced you require- Refrigerators and Screen Doors We have a very large and varied assortment of both of these necessities for a Southern Alberta Summer. The "Cold Wave" Refrigerators The Leader Refrigerators The Eureka Refrigerators SCREEN DOORS and SCREEN WINDOWS in ALL SIZES and ALL PRICES We have the best selection in the city and our prices cannot be beaten. TKE McKEOWN HARDWARE CO., LTD. Corner Dufferin and Round Streets Refrigerators yesterday. Mr. Ryan will be niess- [enger for the of Commerce. Tonight at church, "What the Bible teaches concerning Hell." Tomorrow night, "The Atonement j and its necessity." YOU'LL ENJOY THE GOOD BOARD you get here. It will be so sound UK! well seasoned, so easily worked up without waste. And no matter whether you buy a single board or a each one will be a sample of THE GOOD LUMBER WE SELL II you intend to do any building or (repairing this season, have us supply the lumber. That will make the work easier, quicker and pleas- anier. And our prices wiii make it easy on your pocketbook. Still: Left I have left three lots on the watermain and side- walk, in the North Ward, near the "VVestminster at Each. Terms L. S. RIPLEY TELEPHONE 294 Ota 8 Nictald Bltck Rogers-Cunningham j. j. Johnston Lumber Company Ld 83, 123 and 321 Olive Oil and Cucumber Soap 3 for lOc. This is a better soap than a great many that cost yon 25c. for 3 cakes Prescription Oruggitt t J Oak And Ash Boxai, Lined With Opal Glass, White Enamel, And Galv'd Iron. Prices From S60 To SIO. Co, 'If you live out of town iu." Snap for Immediate Ac- r ceptance Single Lot on Crabb Street, North of Court- land j I Cash MONEY TO LOAN TIKE. ii The C. 8. BOWUIPII Hgcficj 18, link- Aw HI The Foot Toggery's Twelve Big Sale The biggest best, and only straight shoe sale in town for cash only. To reduce our stock we "are offer- ing Shoes, Oxfords and Slippers at prices not to be equalled anywhere All goods in window and on tables soldjat prices marked, lar stock will be sold at sweeping reductions all over.the store Get your share of the mighty money saving bargains we are offering. If you wish to know how great the saving is for values pftered, call and compare our stock and prices with other shoe stores in the city. See the difference in prices There are all kinds for men, women and children. Many dif- kinds of medium and heavy boots as well as finest foot wear All goods charged must be at regular prices. The Foot Toggery, NELSON lots west side of Nock 92 at NCR W. R. Dobbin Co. Phone 122 I ;